Your pictures in Wales: 18-24 April 2018
A selection of your pictures from across Wales.
Tanya Liepins took this photo in the sunshine at Llyn Gwynant in Snowdonia. Would you like to see your picture featured? Send it to email@example.com with your details and information about how you came to take the photograph.
Pen y Fan and Corn Du in the Brecon Beacons at sunset from Tim Scanlan.
Sunny Saundersfoot Harbour, in Pembrokeshire, courtesy of Phil Snead who was holidaying in the area.
Dean James captured the reflective beauty of the historic Caerphilly Castle in the spring sunshine.
Dog whisperer John Finch, from Bridgend, was walking on Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons when he came across this pack on a walk.
A different view. Luc Davies captured this image looking back on the Great Orme from Llandudno.
The house with the view at Nant Gwrtheyrn in Gwynedd ... no roads, no electricity, water, wi-fi or neighbours. Perfect, says Mel Garside.
This great spotted woodpecker comes out for a bit of sunshine at Craig y Nos park in the Brecon Beacons, as seen by Chris Phillips.
Elaine Delworth caught the tranquillity of an early morning walk on New Quay beach in Ceredigion.
Sushi the cat looks out over a sunset above the sea fog at Harlech, captured by owner Amy Spencer.
The new BBC Wales HQ in Cardiff, snapped by Richard Jones, reflects the older St David's House across the road, with the spires of the Principality Stadium peeking over the top.
Spring has finally sprung: Joy Beacham's beautiful Ynysddu garden nestling in Caerphilly county's Sirhowy valley.